Norway demands ceasefire in Gaza Strip & entry of aid


Norwegian Deputy Foreign Minister Andreas M Kravik renewed his country’s call for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, in light of the continuing bloody Zionist aggression for the fourth month in a row.

Kravic said in a blog post on his account on the “X” platform today, Monday: “Norway has been unequivocally clear: we need a ceasefire, and all hostilities must be suspended.”

He added, “There is an urgent need for humanitarian aid to reach Gaza.” 

He sent a message of thanks to all “Norwegian humanitarian agencies for their tireless work on the ground in Gaza, which is often exposed to great personal risks.” 

For the 108th day in a row, the Zionist enemy continues to commit massacres as part of the genocidal war it is waging against the people of the Gaza Strip, targeting inhabited homes and medical and journalistic teams.

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